The new shower for our RV turned out pretty good! I am glad I went with this mod and I am currently keeping an eye out for a curved shower curtain. It is never fun taking a shower in the cold and having the cold curtain stick to you! Also, to continue our string of bad luck with the RV, our door jack mount decided to rip off. Then I meed up with bones, check out that interview here ~ https://youtu.be/Ll9iXpKpHyY
I don’t know if Biz is back luck or what, but things are starting to break down on our RV! In this video the mattress fails, the steps get worse, the fridge continues to act up and the shower falls off of for the last time! When we get to Bellingham, WA I take the shower out and install a shower curtain setup. Thus far, I much prefer the shower curtain!
Sorry for the delay! I hope to have new videos every other day from here on out! Lots has been going on behind the scenes and will give an update very soon! Anyway, we take a hike early in the morning and return to a beeping fridge in the RV. I discuss my ankle rehab and G picks up our old friend…Biz! For those who do not know, Biz drove down with us last year from Alaska and is joining us this year!
This has been a very big year for our plans for tiny houses and 5th wheels. Being able to spend a night in this tiny home was a huge educational experience for G and I. Not only were we able to get a feel for the size, we were also able to try out products like a nature’s head toilet and a toyostove. This was greatly advantageous to our future goals and plans!
You can find this tiny house here https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/717914
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We leave our boondocking spot after a few days of work and head to the big town of Missoula, Montana. We get a giant rock chip on our windshield that completely ruined our camera location. Out windshield is so beat up at the moment that we do not even bother to fill in the crack… After arriving in town we almost skim 3 inches from our roof and Kobuk gets a new toy. Enjoy!
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G and I stopped off here on our way down to Arizona. I needed to get some work done so G headed out the next morning for Tuscan while I stayed behind with the RV and Kobuk. I needed a remote location with decent cell reception and sun…this place had both! I had a great time here and highly suggest it to anyone passing through. Just remember, like mentioned in the video, you will be hardpressed to find many supplies nearby.
Kobes and I enjoy our last evening RVing in the mountains of Utah before heading back down to pick G up from the airport. We quickly get ready and head over to Alpine Tiny Homes to shoot their Teton model…we loved this thing. Then we get the RV ready and head North. We get a much later start, like always, and end up having to pull off and boondock sooner than we had hoped.
Exploring this nearly abandoned area was really fun! I love checking out new places to camp in our RV. Once I get the RV setup I get ready to change the oil in the generator before the snow comes in. This is important because it was going to get very cold overnight and I REALLY didn’t want to have our pipes burst.
After a morning working at the truck stop we head West towards Utah. As I had hoped, the weather decided to cooperate and and we get some great views through Wyoming. Then, after hanging out with some friends in Salt Lake G heads home and Kobuk and I head to the mountains of Utah. I make a small mistake by ONLY looking at the current weather. I had no idea that it had dumped feet of snow earlier
Our RV fridge has been acting up so I contacted thenorcoldguy.com and he mentioned cleaning the burner. I used 91% rubbing alcohol and hoped it did the trick. Then, after leaving the Walmart, we headed over to a rest area to get some work done and figure out where we would head next. We still had no idea if we wanted to head North West through Idaho or Montana, time will tell. Then, late at night, we get a quick dinner before pushing forward onto the small town/truck stop called Little America.